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. and the amazing shrinking american budget deficit. i'll ask mitt romney's chief economic adviser whether he thinks the problem has gone away. >>> also, as america prepares to draw down from afghanistan, what can it learn from britain's withdrawal 170 years ago? i'll ask theauthor of a great new book. >>> next, a look into the crystal ball of technology with google's executive chairman eric schmit. a sure fire plan to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. how so? stay tuned. >>> first, here is my take. conservatives are, of course, mad at barack obama. we'll talk about the various scandals in a moment, but they're also mad at a country that isn't mad enough at him. this frustration is now taking over main stream and intelligent voices within the conservative movement and about broader issues than benghazi. brett stevens, the columnist for "wall street journal" lementes that president obama is not paying a price for a foreign policy that he, stevens, describes as isolationist. now, isolationism will come as a surprise to the diplomat soldiers and intelligence officers working on america's vast foreign po
like the economy and the deficit and immigration reform while congress also spends so much time focused on discovering more and doing more in oversight on the scandals and controversies. here's what he had to say. >> we have to do our job to our constituents to do oversight of the federal government, we're not getting straight answers on benghazi. we're not getting straight answers on the irs. clearly we're worried about intimidation of the press with respect to the doj scandal. that doesn't mean we're only going to do that. >> his point is they can walk and chew gum at the same time, that members of congress have this oversight responsibility, but you heard him say, very pointedly, we're not getting straight answers on benghazi, we're not getting straight answers on the irs. there is a lot of feeling by republicans and even some democrats in congress that the testimony today by the acting irs commissioner did him more harm than good. even if he's on his way out the door, there are questions about whether or not he's distant from the obama administration in this. >> don't forget the ap
stuff going on. >> brian: right. because the market is going up and the deficit actually went down. >> steve: that's right until for the first time in a long time (you know who else had a surplus? california. >> steve: they still do. from california to texas, and more on that twister out of granbury, texas. this is some of the damage left behind after three big twisters leveled a community built by habitat for humanity. heather nauert standing by with details. >> good morning to you. as we're taking a live look at the pictures, you can see how some homes have been completely devastated, while others seem to not have been touched at all. we are waiting just about 30 minutes from now, officials planning to hold a press conference to update us on the widespread damage outside of dallas. this as we get a better look at the devastation done near there. the violent twisters, one was a mile wide, it completely destroyed houses, hurdling people far from their homes. at least six people are dead and dozens more have been hurt. listen. >> it was loud, very loud, you could just hear things cr
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